Flowers: They grow on stalks that measure on average 66 inches in height. Each stem yields dozens of golden trumpets.
Flowering Season: Autumn Minaret blooms late for day lilies, though not quite – as their name implies – in autumn. We normally see blooms in late July in Zone 8.
Leaves: These leaves are slender and they have a length of 18 inches. They grow from late March until mid November (Zone 8).
How To Plant: Plant at a depth of four to five inches. Be sure to spread out the tubers and roots so they’re flat.
Where To Plant: Autumn Minaret looks fabulous when mixed with rich pink and burgundy crinums such as Ellen B or anything purple.
Our Bulbs: We ship large clumps as pictured. This plant spreads well and is easy to divide after one summer.